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How to make a simple Beaded Bib Necklace - Jewellery Step by Step

Products used in project:

How to make a simple Beaded Bib Necklace - Jewellery Step by Step

Items (9)
Qty
Price
TOHO™ / Round 11/0 / Opaque Lustered / Navajo White / 10g / ~1100pcs
W2136
1
Out of stock
Jump rings / surgical steel / 4mm / silver / wire 0.8mm / 30pcs
W0535
1
Out of stock
Cable chain / surgical steel / 2.5x2mm / silver / 1m / thickness 0.5mm
W0614
1
Out of stock
TOHO ™ / Round 15/0 / Transparent / Lt Topaz / 10g / ~ 1400pc
B5097
1
Out of stock
Total Cost
£12.59

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Information about project:

How to make a simple Beaded Bib Necklace - Jewellery Step by Step

Designed by: Paula Ziemska

Difficulty: Beginner

Rating:

It gives Paula great joy to bring you this splendid tutorial for a delicate bib necklace. A beautiful necklace that will sit perfectly with your favourite dress, t-shirt or suit... it all depends on the colours and bead finish you choose. You will have enough beads to make 3 of these so it's pretty cost effective too <3 So grab your needles and Lets Stitch! 

Materials required:

Remember that our tutorials are mainly designed to teach you technique and bring inspiration, so your jewellery doesn't have to look exactly like the one in the tutorial. Don't be afraid to experiment with shapes and colours.

Please note that the colours for the products illustrated in the image above may not match the 'Products List'. 

Designed by Paula Ziemska - April 2017

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To start - we cut about 80 cm of thread.

We thread one end on the needle and on the other end we tie a TH11 / 0 bead that will be used as a stopper. We leave about 10/15 cm of thread behind the stopper.

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Thread the needle:
3x TH 8/0 -> TL -> TH8 / 0 -> TL -> TH8 / 0 -> And so until you reach 8 TL beads. After the last one we give 3x TH8 / 0 again.

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We stick the needle into the upper hole of the last TL bead.

Then add one TH11 / 0 bead between the others.

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When we get to the end, go through 3 TH 8/0 beads and TL bead and stretch the thread. Then stick the needle into the nearest TH8 / 0 bead.

Take a TH15 / 0 bead -> TH11 / 0 -> TH15 / 0 on the needle and then stick it in the same TH8 / 0 bead from which the thread comes out.

We move on to the next one (going through the TL bead) and repeat the entire previous process.

We have added 7 picots. Now we go through the last TL bead and 3 TH8 / 0 beads and we should reach the point where our two strands meet. We make a knot, pull off the stopper, thread a shorter thread on the needle and pass it through a few beads and cut it. Now we only work with one thread.

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We pass the thread only through the row of TL and TH11 / 0 beads and we come to the first TH15 / 0 that appeared in our work. We stick a needle in it and go to the TH11 / 0 bead.


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Take 1x TH15 / 0 -> GKO (ginko) -> 7x TH15 / 0, enter the second hole of the GKO bead and take 1x TH15 / 0.

Stick the needle into the neighbouring picot - into the TH11 / 0 bead. Repeat the manoeuvre until you add 6 GKO beads.

Then stick the needle into the TH15 / 0 bead, make the reel upwards passing through TL and TH11 / 0 beads and go back to the beginning of our work. Now we are going to add FP beads (firepolish).

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We guide the needle so that it goes through 7 TH15 / 0 beads which are decorated with GKO beads. We thread FP and insert the needle into the next row of TH15 / 0 beads (going through all of them. And this is how we add 5 FP beads.

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We go back to the beginning of our work by going through the top of the necklace with only thread and again we come to the point of 7 TH15 / 0 beads decorating our GKO.
This time, however, we hit the middle (fourth).

Leaving it, take 3 TH15 / 0 beads -> DGR (daggers) -> 3 x TH15 / 0 and stick into the adjacent top TH15 / 0 bead.

In the next move, we get 4x TH15 / 0 -> DGR -> 4x TH15 / 0.

In the next 5x -> TH15 / 0 -> DGR -> 5x TH15 / 0.

The penultimate is 4x TH15 / 0 -> DGR -> 4x TH15 / 0.

And the last one (as you probably already guessed) 3x TH15 / 0 -> DGR -> 3xx TH15 / 0.

We finish the work going through the remaining TH15 / 0. We go through the next beads on the way and only when our work holds up we cut the thread.

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Almost ready. Undoubtedly, the more difficult part is behind us.
Now we assemble the links with the chain, choose the appropriate length for us and well....

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... it's ready to wear!

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